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National Museum “The Memorial in Commemoration of Famines’ Victims

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#1 Museum underneath monument- must see!

In one year alone over 7 million men women and children were left with no food to a slow death from... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
MariannaDances
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Atlanta, Georgia
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Worthy Memorial

So sad to learn about the millions who starved here in the 1930’s under Soviet rule. Very... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Steve B
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In one year alone over 7 million men women and children were left with no food to a slow death from starvation. Lennon and Stalin were monsters. Please ask upon entry for the English videos and they will play them for you. This was one...More

Thank MariannaDances
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

So sad to learn about the millions who starved here in the 1930’s under Soviet rule. Very compelling memorial we stumbled upon walking back to our hotel. Near the Monastery of the Caves.

Thank Steve B
Reviewed 30 May 2018

Very nicely done museum about a very dark page of Ukrainian history. Unfortunately, the museum is tiny and almost everything is in Ukrainian. They have a couple of multimedia terminal that have explanations and videos in English. The survivors’ testimonies are absolutely moving... Entry ticket...More

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Reviewed 16 May 2018 via mobile

On the walk on the Mariylinskyi you pass by the memorial! In a nice place, with a great view to the Dnipro valey!

Thank adibfarid
Reviewed 13 May 2018

The museum itself is located underneath the Holodomor monument and is dedicated to the millions of people who were starved as a result of Stalin's forced agricultural collectivisation policy in the 1930's. The museum is largely in Ukrainian and I wasn't able to understand most...More

Thank leo b
Reviewed 12 May 2018

Museum is dedicated to those who died during Ukrainian famine during years 1932-33. Visited in 11/2016

Thank JaroslavNecas
Reviewed 26 April 2018

One can't imagine that someone would starve another human being by a choice. But this was exactly what happened in 1933 when Russians decided to starve Ukrainians to suppress the independence movement. Anything between 7 - 10 million people died. Unimaginable, it is referred to...More

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Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

It's free and it's close to Arselna metro on the way to Motherland monument. The statue of the little girl and the artwork before the exhibit were the highlights.

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 15 February 2018

Visited the memorial on a cold and snowy Saturday with my traveling companion. I was unable to visit the museum, but my friend did the following day and said it was well worth the visit.

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Reviewed 1 November 2017

most other contributers have 'said it all' - this is a must visit - incredible to learn from the information at this stunning monument about the 'forced famine' of the 1930s, it is something today we find hard to imagine. please go and see /...More

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